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King Charles arrives in Berlin for first State visit
Charles and Queen Consort Camilla were welcomed to Germany by President Steinmeier at the historic Brandenburg Gate.
EU agrees to exempt e-fuels from 2035 ban on combustion-engine cars
The exemption was included at the behest of Germany, which mounted a last-minute campaign to spare e-fuels from the 2035 ban.
Italy and Poland oppose e-fuels deal struck by Brussels and Berlin
The regulation on CO2 standards will be put to a final vote on Tuesday during a meeting of energy ministers.
Germany: Travel chaos as unions ground all transport
Airports, ports, trains, buses and subways are all being hit by the walkouts.
Germany, EU reach agreement in combustion engine row
Berlin and the EU have reached an agreement in their dispute over the future of cars with combustion engines.
Germany vs Hungary in AI rap battle
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has found himself at the centre of the strangest rap battle ever...
Is nuclear sustainable? EU countries are split but must decide soon
France wants nuclear power to benefit from proposed advantages the EU wants to fast-track for clean tech. It is opposed by many countries, including Germany.
'We cannot go back on deals,' Metsola says amid e-fuels standoff
Germany has blocked the final approval of a legislation that will impose a 100% reduction in CO2 emissions on new cars and vans sold after 2035.
What killed Beethoven? New research finds cause of composer's death
New research published in the journal Current Biology uses DNA sequencing to uncover that the great composer did not die from lead poisoning after all...
Taiwan and Germany to build ties on semi-conductors and research
A German government minister is in Taiwan for two days of talks on education and research that could lead to closer ties on artificial intelligence and help her country tap the latest semi-conductor technology.
Which cities can you reach in under five hours by train from London?
Hop over to France, Belgium and the Netherlands with these quick train trips from London.
When in Rome: The easiest (and hardest) European countries to move to
Only one European country ranked in the top ten for the easiest places to get started as an expat.
‘Hardcore yet wholesome’: Is audio erotica the porn of the future?
Seen as more ethical and less heteronormative than mainstream porn, audio erotica is turning on women and non-binary folks in Europe and beyond.
MEPs urge Metsola to intervene in standoff with Germany over e-fuels
Germany is demanding an exemption for e-fuels in order to unblock a 2035 ban on combustion engine vehicles.
Turkish dissidents look ahead to the general elections in May
Opposition parties hope to reverse many of President Erdogan’s signature policies and the crackdown on critical voices
Germany's military 'has too little of everything', says Commissioner
Germany's Commissioner for the Armed Forces, Eva Hoegl, criticised her country's sluggish military investment in an annual report on the state of the Bundeswehr.
Nuclear power: Why is it such a divisive issue in Europe?
As Europe faces combined energy and climate crises, the role of nuclear power can be controversial.
No holds Bra-ed: Women can now swim topless in Berlin
A French woman launched a lawsuit against the state of Berlin after she was kicked out for sunbathing topless last year. The new rule is the result of her victory in court.
Eight killed after shooting at Jehovah’s Witnesses church in Germany
German police say they are not treating a shooting at a church in Hamburg as a terrorist attack.
German cities struggling with winter influx of Western Balkan migrants
Cologne has, for instance, recorded more migrants from the Western Balkans in recent months than during the Yugoslav Wars that occurred from 1991 to 2001.